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The extent of the model will be established by forming a boundary over the site plan. Everything within the boundary will be included in the physical model.
The material schedule will be reviewed and sample swatches will be painted up for confirmation before the model pieces are cut and sprayed. Textures such as cladding, brick and timber can be painted onto the acrylic pieces to represent selected building materials. The CAD drawings will be reviewed at this stage and optimised for the laser cutter.
The base of the model is built and the CAD drawings are used to laser cut the acrylic pieces. The model is built around a central framing structure that supports the building. If lighting is required, the central core also houses the necessary electrical wiring. Photographs are sent throughout the assembly process to track progression of the build.